Just days after banning plastic cups in City Hall, the Lord Mayor of Cork is going electric.
As it prepares to launch into its second century as an Irish company, Henry Ford & Son Ltd is refusing to let the grass grow under its feet.
As the Irish Examiner’s Ford 100 coverage draws to a close, Ciarán McMahon, Chairman and Managing Director of Henry Ford & Son Ltd, reflects on a momentous journey through 2017.
The West Cork Vintage Ploughing and Threshing Association’s Ford 100 Fest will take place on the ancestral home-farm of Henry Ford at Crohane, Ballinascarthy, Co. Cork, on Sunday, August 27.
The Ford operation in Cork nearly came a cropper just two years after the production line began operating, says Kevin O'Brien.
Monday will mark a significant milestone in the history of Ford, and indeed in the industrial life of this country.
In the 100 years since Henry Ford & Sons Ltd was founded there have been ten Managnig Director’s. Here, we give the lowdown on the people who have been in the Irish driving seat over the last century.
Pre-tax profits at the Irish arm of motor giant Henry Ford last year decreased by 44% as revenues plunged by more than €50m.
The Irish arm of motor giant Henry Ford last year returned to pre-tax profit after revenues increased by 10.5% to €192m.
REVENUES at the Irish arm of motor giant Ford plunged by more than €205 million last year as pre-tax profits decreased sharply by 84.
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